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fd5.info is a Scam - Do Not Be Fooled by It

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fd5.info is a Scam - Do Not Be Fooled by It

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I keep getting the "You Have Won iPhone X Max from AppleStore" scam notification from fd5.info. The website is a fake and scam which appears to have been created by online scammers. Therefore, if you have received a message claiming you have won something and ask you to go to fd5.info, please do not. It appears the scammers behind the website are collecting personal information and will subsequently ask their potential victims to send money to receive their so-called prizes.

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fd5.info Scam

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  • August 27, 2019 at 1:53 AM by an anonymous user from Lisbon, Portugal

    The fact that it shows on your calendar doesn’t mean your phone was hacked. They’re probably creating calendar events and adding invitees at random from a list in hopes some will visit the link.

    remove

  • August 25, 2019 at 12:19 AM by an anonymous user from Gurgaon, Haryana, India

    Same here. But how did they got access to my Calendar?

    remove

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fd5.info is a Scam - Do Not Be Fooled by It